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wife, michelle obama. >> host: does he have any direct contact with the president? >> guest: no. no contact. after obama won the presidency, the reverend right told me that he sent him a note congratulating him on achieving his amibition, as he put it. and that he didn't expect a note to get to him directly so he gave it to a neighbor of obama, who the reverend wright now to hand-deliver it, and he doesn't know to this day whether that note was deliver. >> host: who is steve rogers who you also interview from chicago. >> guest: a professor at the kellogg school of management at northwestern university. >> host: what was his connection with president obama? >> guest: like many african-american businessmen and leaders, whom i interviewed, he was early -- he was an early backer and supporter of obama. after obama lost a congressional primary to bobby rush in 2000, rush is the former black panther but now congressman. he was deeply in debt. he went around looking for people to donate money to his cause. and steve rogers, very successful businessman at that time before he became a pr
and they are with michele. >> michele: eli, how would you describe the difference in the team we saw tonight versus the one that lost two games heading into the bye week? >> yeah, we got off to a fast start and that was important. something we wanted to do and no one scored on them in the opening drive of the game and hit the screen to ahmad. he had a big play. got a touchdown. defense was getting turnovers. we jumped out. we played as a full team and something we have been missing a while and offense and defense and special teams playing great football. >> michele: what did you do in the bye week that helped you tonight? >> i think we got some rest. guys got away from the facility and away from football for a little bit. we had ten weeks, two long weeks after the hurricane. a lot going on. so i think our bodies and our mind needed a little rest and it helped out tonight. >> michele: 200 touchdown passes. you are the giants all-time leader now passing up phil simms. what does that mean to you, eli? >> well, tonight was we needed a win was the most important thing. but any time, you know, you pass a great l
and manning with mich. >> michele: arian, we were looking at the conditions but what was it like playing in these conditions? >> this field is pretty bad but everybody was in it so you had to do what you had to do. we fought really hard, man, so proud of my guys. >> michele: coach kubiak told me at halftime these conditions hindered the passing game so they need to do rely on you. how were you able to carry the load when it was necessary? >> well, it's just sometimes, you know, in these cold weather games, you know, running the ball is necessary and my guys up front, my hogs, they always come through and we go as they go. so i'm proud of them and feels good to be 8-1, really does. >> michele: i was going to say 8-1 and you win on the road in these kind of conditions. you guys predominantly an indoor team. what does this win mean to the texans? >> it means we're 8-1. that's it. next week we have to get ready for our next opponent and the mentality this team has. it only accounts for is a win. >> michele: arian, congratulations. >> thank you very much. >> michele: danieal manning, you spen
caught a pass for the game's lone touchdown. 13-6 texans. fosten ar and manning with mich. >> michele: arian, we were looking at the conditions but what was it like playing in these conditions? >> this field is pretty bad but everybody was in it so you had to do what you had to do. we fought really hard, man, so proud of my guys. >> michele: coach kubiak told me at halftime these conditions hindered the passing game so they need to do rely on you. how were you able to carry the load when it was necessary? >> well, it's just sometimes, you know, in these cold weather games, you know, running the ball is necessary and my guys up front, my hogs, they always come through and we go as they go. so i'm proud of them and feels good to be 8-1, really does. >> michele: i was going to say 8-1 and you win on the road in these kind of conditions. you guys predominantly an indoor team. what does this win mean to the texans? >> it means we're 8-1. that's it. next week we have to get ready for our next opponent and the mentality this team has. it only accounts for is a win. >> michele: arian, congrat
to that. they are are the players of the game and they are are michele. >> michele: with game like this it generally comes down to one or two plays here and there. jacoby jones in a game points were hard to come by, your punt return for the touchdown was the kirchs mak difference maker in the game. >> we emphasize and worked hard all week and everybody did a great job of blocking. >> michele: you move to 8-2 now. the next time you have these guys is two weeks away from your place. what do you expect it will be like? >> we have san diego first and my mind is there on san diego. >> michele: congratulations, jacoby. >> thank you. >> michele: on night you weren't a starter, corey graham, a physical game. you came up with huge plays when it mattered. how did you come up with this performance? >> you have to come out here and play. the figure i have to do my best and try to be a difference maker. >> michele: this game is always physical, hard-hitting. we see it. what is it like to play in it? >> to be honest, my first time witnessing it and living up to expectations and tried to be as ph
, the presidential campaign of 2004, and 2008, and first lady michele obama and her role in the obama white house. i met rachel at an event this year where i bought a book, the book she wrote, "american tapestry: the story of the black, white, and multiracial ancestors of michelle obama". after hearing her talk, i'd bought six more copies. i bought them for all my family members and to give out as christmas gifts. now after having read her book i can tell you it was a good investment. it helps me better understand my own family and many mysteries surrounding my own family. rachel l. swams's book is a compelling story that stirs deep emotions. it is also a story that would break them here and with that, let's welcome rachel l. swams. [applause] >> thank you. thank you. >> thank you for coming. in the years leading up to the presidential election, the focus seems to be on barack obama's roots and his family and the fact that he wrote his own biography. now in your book "american tapestry," you put the focus on michele obama. tell us about how you got started doing that and what inspired you. >> i was
love my team, man, i go out there and play hard for those guys. >> michele: you told me earlier that really until you guys win in the postseason, people aren't maybe going to give you the liftlif legislatesy. at 8-0 how good are the falcons? >> we are starting to be a good football team and that is good, man, we need these kind of wins so we in the playoffs we can win them so we doing a good job right now. >> michele: roddy, congratulations. >> thank you. >> michele: over to julio jones now. earlier in the game a look at on the receivers as dallas was shutting down the run. how did you succeed in those circumstances? >> the preparation throughout the week. practice. matt comfortable throwing the deep ball. you know? he going to take us over there. if it's one-on-one matchups he just throw it up there and let us make a play and what i did early on. >> michele: playing alongside roddy white. matt has told us that you might be the most improved player on this team. what is it like to have roddy white next to you and matt ryan throwing to you and how have they contributed to that? >
there and play hard for those guys. >> michele: you told me earlier that really until you guys win in the postseason, people aren't maybe going to give you the liftlif legislatesy. at 8-0 how good are the falcons? >> we are starting to be a good football team and that is good, man, we need these kind of wins so we in the playoffs we can win them so we doing a good job right now. >> michele: roddy, congratulations. >> thank you. >> michele: over to julio jones now. earlier in the game a look at on the receivers as dallas was shutting down the run. how did you succeed in those circumstances? >> the preparation throughout the week. practice. matt comfortable throwing the deep ball. you know? he going to take us over there. if it's one-on-one matchups he just throw it up there and let us make a play and what i did early on. >> michele: playing alongside roddy white. matt has told us that you might be the most improved player on this team. what is it like to have roddy white next to you and matt ryan throwing to you and how have they contributed to that? >> a great mentors. i come out h
? how do you know it's all going to the right place? sue's out today. michelle caruso-cabrera is with us. >>> we're going to run you through with some video. help on the way from the west coast, from california. dozens of power trucks loaded on to giant air force cargo planes to help with power restoration. those things amazingly flying across the country all the way from california. the situation remains desperate in many neighborhoods in the tri-state area. these are pictures from this morning on staten island. there is virtually no power on the island. destruction is widespread. the secretary of homeland security janet napolitano will visit today. staten island is where the new york marathon will start on sunday. more subway service returning to manhattan, but not below 42nd street where power is still out in wide parts of the city south of that parallel. city officials say they may have to evacuate the marine life from the massive new york city aquarium based in brooklyn. the death toll from the storm nearing the 100 mark. despite the damage in atlantic city, that town's famous casin
gregory, vince wilfork and they're down on the field with michele. >> michele: it is so cool down here, al, because while we've been waiting here, tom and vince and steve have all been looking at other saying great thanksgiving. everyone grab a ball and grab a turkey leg. this is the first -- yes, absolutely. grab a turkey leg. >> i want the biggest one. >> we better give the biggest one to vince. >> michele: how is it, vince? >> good. >> michele: just the way you like it? >> just the way i like it. no complaints. >> michele: these guy were remarkable tonight. we can talk about the play where vince threw an offensive lineman into mark sanchez, sanchez fumbled, this guy steve picks it up and runs it in for a touchdown. when you see a play like that, what do you think? >> well, defense made a lot of big plays tonight and they have been doing that the last so many weeks. so it was a good team victory, it was a short week for us and makes for a good thanksgiving. i'm very thankful. hi to everyone at home. i'm going to go give this to rodney, see if he'll eat the rest. >> michele: how is it? >>
michelle to take more chances with the monthly lineup. established authors bring in an older audience. younker authors bring in their friends from the community who might be bringing in an older author. >> raider has provided a stage for more than 400 writers. it ranges from fiction to academics stories to academic stories this service the underground of queer fell, history, or culture. >> and there are so many different literary circles in san francisco. i have been programming this reading series for nine years. and i still have a huge list on my computer of people i need to carry into this. >> the supportive audience has allowed michele to try new experiment this year, the radar book club. a deep explorationer of a single work. after the talk, she bounces on stage to jump-start the q&a. less charlie rose and more carson daly. >> san francisco is consistently ranked as one of the most literate cities in the united states. multiple reading events are happening every night of the year, competing against a big names like city arts and lectures. radar was voted the winner of these san f
a pass for the game's lone touchdown. 13-6 texans. fosten ar and manning with mich. >> michele: arian, we were looking at the conditions but what was it like playing in these conditions? >> this field is pretty bad but everybody was in it so you had to do what you had to do. we fought really hard, man, so proud of my guys. >> michele: coach kubiak told me at halftime these conditions hindered the passing game so they need to do rely on you. how were you able to carry the load when it was necessary? >> well, it's just sometimes, you know, in these cold weather games, you know, running the ball is necessary and my guys up front, my hogs, they always come through and we go as they go. so i'm proud of them and feels good to be 8-1, really does. >> michele: i was going to say 8-1 and you win on the road in these kind of conditions. you guys predominantly an indoor team. what does this win mean to the texans? >> it means we're 8-1. that's it. next week we have to get ready for our next opponent and the mentality this team has. it only accounts for is a win. >> michele: arian, congratulations. >
for any goal. it's called crowd funding. michael explains how it works. >> michelle mingle with the horses that roam free on this sonoma county farm. >> hi sweet pea. >>reporter: doesn't want to ride just to walk among them. >> can i can come up and say hi. >>reporter: farm run by the flag foundation which connects human was horses for therapy v vl. it has provided michelle new strength in the grueling fight against stage 4 colon cancer. this is a big part of it. horse is blind. looking for his name and michelle, michelle is lacking for something too. >> when you are here you are completely transported. there's no disease. there's no unhappiness. >>reporter: michelle has chemotherapy. then also trying this therapy. natural medicine and nutrition supplement. her insurance doesn't cover those treatments. but this advertis advertise. michelle friend start add campaign on the crowd funding mr. form and michelle is a miracle. raised 20,000 dollars in a couple of weeks. much of it came from folk she doesn't even know. her friends reached out to their friends on fa
of the public? >> hello my name is michelle kong, a junior at gal galileo high school and intern at the san francisco youth commissioner and i would like to say it's very hard for some of us high school students to complete the a-g courses. as a chinese immersion program i would have to take cyberhigh or night school orcy college to complete the two courses or else i cannot graduate. that is extra pressure for high school students because we try to get the most out of our high school education by taking ap classes. and by taking these supplemental courses, we have to take extra time and extra concentration to these classes. and that adds onto our stress. i don't feel that benefits our health very much. i really hope that you guys will continue to support these students with funding and different community-based organizations and help them out. >> if i may say, i am proud to say that mish michelle has been an intern in our office and has done a tremendous job and i'm very proud of her. commissioner fewer, did you have a question? >> i also wanted to mention that michelle is quite fabulous
to return home for the first time today. their first look at what was left. nbc's michelle franzen is in toms river, new jersey, tonight with more. michelle, good evening. >> reporter: good evening, lester. this is still the scene for many people. damaged homes like the one behind me. but power is still out in this section. you can hear the hum of generators from block the block. residents here in this section of toms river are considered lucky. they can stay overnight, repair by day. for thousands of others living along the shore and also in sandy's path, the return to home is not yet an option. in seaside heights, new jersey, long lines and a flood of emotions for residents returning to grab what they can for the few hours they had escorted in by bus. >> like a horror movie to me. >> reporter: the damaged beach side communities and homes still off limits. >> we will not allow people on the island until it's safe. >> reporter: homeowner bill doogie collected suitcases and waits on the fate of the home. >> i can't do anything to my house until i'm allowed to come back. mold will se
football. you know, i love my team, man, i go out there and play hard for those guys. >> michele: you told me earlier that really until you guys win in the postseason, people aren't maybe going to give you the liftlif legislatesy. at 8-0 how good are the falcons? >> we are starting to be a good football team and that is good, man, we need these kind of wins so we in the playoffs we can win them so we doing a good job right now. >> michele: roddy, congratulations. >> thank you. >> michele: over to julio jones now. earlier in the game a look at on the receivers as dallas was shutting down the run. how did you succeed in those circumstances? >> the preparation throughout the week. practice. matt comfortable throwing the deep ball. you know? he going to take us over there. if it's one-on-one matchups he just throw it up there and let us make a play and what i did early on. >> michele: playing alongside roddy white. matt has told us that you might be the most improved player on this team. what is it like to have roddy white next to you and matt ryan throwing to you and how have they contributed
, november 27. i'm frank mallicoat. >> i'm michelle griego. time now 6:00. let's get to elizabeth. we have been following a standoff since 11:00 last night. >> reporter: police standoff, it started around 11:00 last night on treasure island is over. the armed robbery suspect is dead. we have confirmed that. so they are in the process now of re-opening those off-ramps to treasure island. just a couple of minutes ago, in fact, they opened the eastbound off-ramp to treasure island. they should be re-opening the westbound on the upper deck access any moment now. in the meantime they turned on the metering lights early a good, gosh, 20 to 25 minutes earlier than typical so that's why you see these early- morning backups already behind the pay gates. earlier when treasure island was completely closed off to the public, never really impacted the morning drive on the upper deck and now we're just beginning to see slowing up that incline towards treasure island so again the latest information as of a couple of minutes ago is they are in the process of re- opening those off-ramps to treasure island
. and michele alexander, professor at ohio state university in columbus, they initially only printed 3000 copies. now there are a couple hundred thousand i guess. but it caught on somewhere and it has done remarkably well. what does that say to you about the timing for a real conversation about her book, about your film, about the issue? >> the time is now. i would like to say that michelle alexander's success is due to the fact she is in my film. but i cannot because my film has just come out. [laughter] tavis: but it is fair to say that mitchell would be the first technologists. it is fair to say that her book has succeeded because a whole of the -- a whole lot of of of seven long distance runners on this issue. >> she brilliantly framed it in a book that leave no stone unturned in that argument and she does it from being a legal scholar and being an extraordinary activist and public thinker. i think there are contributors like michelle alexander and others, all of, brought into my film because i want to sort of make a definitive portrait right now of where we are in the overwhelming need to r
right by his side and well ahead of him in approval numbers throughout his term. first lady, michelle obama. after watching her every move, whether it was planting the white house garden or teaching us how to dougy. we have all become well-versed in the michelle obama of first ladyhood. it didn't follow the hillary clinton model putting her ivy league degrees behind promoting policy or the traditional model of first ladies who, let's face it, have tended not to move around so much. michelle obama has carved out a unique way of being first lady, simply being herself. remember her official white house photo. what you might most recall about it are, two things unlike any portrait of any first lady before and after. her left and right arms. welcome to the gun show. you will see something more remarkable. right there in the room with her looking out over her well-toned left shoulder is president obama thomas jefferson. by picking this back drop, the first lady also brought into the room another part of white house history where women like her were treated like property instead of people. t
, i'm michelle griego. >> your realtime captioner: linda marie macdonald >>> good afternoon, everyone. i'm michelle griego. frank mallicoat is on assignment. we'll, get ready for the next few days to be weather. very wet. you'll want to enjoy today as much as possible because it's going to be drastically different in less than 24 hours. brian hackney is keeping an eye on the storm. get those umbrellas out. >> at a minimum. how are you? thanks for coming by channel 5 this midday. rain is not here. but we have wind advisories posed. wind advisories are posed for tomorrow morning. winds will pick up out of the south to 35 miles an hour during the morning drive tomorrow, there could be gusts up in the peaks up to 70 miles an hour. so we have the wind and we'll also get the rain. this is where it's coming from. a pretty potent subtropical storm that's out there. that low pressure is going to work its way toward the bay area and right smack in the middle of the morning commute tomorrow. we are going to get pretty heavy rain and pretty strong wind and a thunderstorm would not be a surprise.
with president obama and michelle obama expected to talk. mitt romney there, you see a live shot of the president obama event in des moines, iowa. a lot more ahead. we'll bring it to you as it happens. our election eve reporting continues in a moment. >> announcer: you never know when, but thieves can steal your identity and turn your life upside down. >> hi. >> hi. you know, i can save you 15% today if you open up a charge card account with us. >> you just read my mind. >> announcer: just one little piece of information and they can open bogus accounts, stealing your credit, your money and ruining your reputation. that's why you need lifelock to relentlessly protect what matters most... [beeping...] helping stop crooks before your identity is attacked. and now you can have the most comprehensive identity theft protection available today... lifelock ultimate. so for protection you just can't get anywhere else, get lifelock ultimate. >> i didn't know how serious identity theft was until i lost my credit and eventually i lost my home. >> announcer: credit monitoring is not enough, because it tells
. then we'll take a deep dive into some house breaks. in particular michele bachmann went for presidential candidate and tea party star to a congresswoman fighting for her political life. first a look ahead at the schedule today. mitt romney and the president. the president running for the presidency of ohio. mitt romney will also be in ohio today. he's got visits for a couple other states as well. you're watching the daily rundown only on msnbc. ♪ [ crowd cheering ] ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ >>> i'd share it with anybody to move this country forward. if you want to break the gridlock vote for leaders whether republicans, democrats, or independents who feel the same way. >> i'll have to reach across the aisle and search for good democrats who love america just like you love america. there are democrats like that. >> we have to work together. these are critical times. >> president obama and governor romney both promising a lot of bipartisanship if they win on tuesday but with dozens of congressional moderates from both parties headed for the exit thanks to retirement and some expected losses. d
. -- monday night at 8:00 eastern on c-span 2. >> next, a debate for a u.s. house seat in minnesota. michele bachmann faces democrat jim graves in the final of three debates. representative bachmann is in her third term and was a republican presidential candidate earlier this year. tim graves has a background in business and is the founder and former ceo of a national hotel franchise. this debate was held by kstt in st. paul, minn., and is about 20 minutes. >> welcome back, today we have a live debate in the sixth congressional district, the district including cities like st. cloud and monticello. i am joined by the incumbent congresswoman, michele bachmann, and jim graves, thank you. knowing that you are down to the final hours of your campaign, hopefully we can learn something from the both of you. the opponent in many of your ads point to big spending. you do not often hear democrats referring to themselves as conservatives. >> i am really a fiscal conservative to the bone. i have balanced budgets and created businesses my whole life and have always made my payments. i know how to balance
of msnbc.com. and michelle cottle, washington correspondent for newsweek and "the daily beast." thank you both for being here. >> thanks, rev. >> michelle, it's not a surprise but it seem like we're in a phase where behind the romney smile is a very rough campaign? >> absolutely. we've got a few days left. we have entered the phase of the campaign where time and again you can go there and get the little bit of an edge and radio ads that are shocking, billboards that are deceptive, voter suppression, voter intimidation, whatever it takes. >> voter subpoena prek, voter intimidation. but linking the president to hugo chavez and say we don't believe in god we trust? this is way beyond the boundaries. >> you have to hit people in the gut. you're not appealing to reason at this point, if you ever are, in a presidential campaign. you've got to get them in a gut level to get your allies all fired up and to, you know, hopefully get anybody still on the fence to really just kind of find some way to get through to them and get them over to your side. >> richard, what does this say? the politics of d
in gaza. this is video of secondary explosions when an hamas weapons depot was hit. michelle caruso-cabrera, our chief foreign correspondent is watching reaction at the nyse. michelle? >> that pushed the dow to the highs of the session. the announcement of the cease-fire got us another 25 points. we have come off the highs, 12,839 is where the dow stands right now, higher by more than 50 points, .4%. president obama reportedly just spoke with israel's prime minister benjamin netanyahu. john harwood joins us now. john, what can you tell us? the white house had a lot at stake here by sending hillary clinton to try to get this resolved. >> reporter: absolutely. and this is the result that president obama had in mind when he sent hillary clinton from that asian trip that he was on to try to broker a cease-fire. but it's only a cease-fire. it is only one step. there is a long way to go. the administration of course is caught between support for our traditional ally israel, but also the desire for -- by the administration to improve its ties throughout the arab world and the islamic world
brought hope. michelle mingle west side the horses that roam free on this sonoma county farm. she doesn't want to ride, just to walk among them. the farm is run by the flag foundation which connects humans with horses for therapy. it has provided michelle new strength and her grueling fight against stage four colon cancer. michelle is looking for something, too. >> when you are here, you are transported. there is no disease. there is no unhappiness. >> she has chemotherapy but she is also trying this therapy, nutritional supplements. it doesn't cover those treatments by her insurance but this did. they started a campaign on the cloud funding campaign. michelle is a miracle, raised $20,000 in a couple of weeks. much of it came from folks she doesn't know. as her friends reached out to their friends on facebook and the circle kept growing. >> never think a click of a button would do this. really every single dollar that has been contributed, it's like someone's heart saying, i want you to be healed. >> cloud funding is growing field. they can range money everything from buying school supp
burned in breezy point, new york. michelle miller saw firsthand the devastation left by fire and spoke to one woman who lost nearly everything. >> reporter: in the middle of dust and ashes we found a pair of flipflops worn by a 71-year-old widow. marie laprisi was digging through what's left of 7 gotham lane her home of 74 years. >> what are you hoping to find? >> pictures. >> reporter: when the flames started late monday night laprisi was in her house with two neighbors, fellow widows kathy brennan and elaine. >> we thought we could fight it. the water came aboard. we had everything we owned. but then the fire started coming and we couldn't fight that. >> reporter: they sought refuge in a neighbor's house. when that caught fire they fled to another. this is what's left of the first home. this was the second. all lost. they finally found refuge at a church. >> oh, my god. >> reporter: every few minutes a neighbor greeted her with a hug. the community spirit is strong. like most of her neighbors here, laprisi says she's not going anywhere. >> i want to be here. >> why do you want to sta
america chooses and how his policies will affect other nations. nbc's michelle kosinski is live in london this morning with the latest. good morning, michelle. >> reporter: hi, veronica. it's been fascinating to watch their fascination. people around the world are paying attention to virtually every detail of this election. analysts here say there's no equivalent in the u.s., that americans never have that feeling of looking up to another power as a source of stability and growth for themselves. we had our crews span out to seven countries in europe and asia where people said they absolutely are looking at this election at this time as hugely important to their own futures and concerns. those concerns, of course, varied by region. in countries in transition, egypt and afghanistan, people were concerned about continuity and aid. they were worried about what forging new relationships with a new administration would mean exactly to them. in europe, all about the economy. in fact, a poll was done that showed 75% of europeans would vote for obama. 92% of germans. when you look at a place like,
you might think. nbc's michelle kosinski is in london with more on that. michelle, good morning. >> reporter: absolutely, lynn. this has been the big story outside the u.s. today. we've seen coverage all over the television with foreign correspondence stations not just in washington and florida, but all over the u.s. extensive coverage in newspapers, websites. virtually every foreign news organization has on its website a prominent section devoted to the u.s. election. that's tough to imagine in the u.s., that we would pay that kind of attention to another country's political contest. in fact, "the times" in london said their u.s. election section is now their most clicked aside from their home page and the views of it have gone up about 500% since august. part of the reason for all of this global attention is that so many people in so many other countries are looking for a catalyst for change in their own nations coming from a strong decision in the u.s. tonight there will be watch parties all over the world lasting all night long. lynn? >> all right, michelle kosinski for us i
is pouring in this morning. nbc's michelle kosinski is live in london. she's been following that. the parties went through the night there, michelle, right? >> reporter: that's right. surprisingly all night long. we saw it ourselves in london. now we see pictures coming in from around the world of people celebrating, saying they absolutely saw this election as vital to their own futures, especially as concerns the economy. also now we're hearing reaction from world leaders. russia saying it is willing to cooperate with the u.s. as far as washington is willing to go. israel offered muted congratulations. they had strongly supported romney. we're even hearing from the taliban in pakistan saying, you know what, obama and romney are pretty much the same enemy that we'll continue to fight. for obama, only hours after winning his next term, he's getting his first order of overseas business, at least courtesy of british prime minister david cameron who in a tweet today called obama his friend. he was interviewed on the border with jordan and syria and said that they must do something now. he wants b
attorney's office. michelle and mary, michelle is with the library and mary is with the friends of the library and put on this event today. our commissioners, rec and park, planning, library, who have voted unanimously. some of them more than once for this project. our board of supervisors, who stood with us. the architects, marsha and a special thanks to erin who has done so much to help us on though this project. you know? that is the city side of this public-private partnership and i have to be fair in saying that this project has lasted through the term of two supervisors, two head librarians, three mayors, and four rec and park general managers. the heart of this project, the constant thing has been the heart of this neighborhood. has been our volunteers and our people. [ applause ] >> so i want to introduce june. [ applause ] , liz diaz. amy miles. bill collins. martha mahoney, who also does our halloween. terry. i saved lizzy. this is lizzy hirsch. she has been there. one of the founders of the friends of joe d in 1997. what started with planting a little grass on the
me want to work even more harder. but here's our parent÷ezc committee cochair, michelle an few words. >> good evening. i just want to -- my name is michelle, i'm from the -- tucson, arizona. and i am born and raised here in the parents of the indian education program, we are very thankful/k44k(.Ñ grateful for ts acknowledgement. we have a strong group of dedicated parents that have been working really hard to keep this program going. for a period of time we didn't have a program coordinator. and now we have one of our own parents who is the coordinator. and so it's been a lot of work from a lot of dedicated parents that have been keeping the program going. we have been very instrumental in trying to get a location for our program. we have been kind of floating around here and there, and now we're grateful that we have a room so that we can really get our program running full strength. and it's good to have a location so families can have somewhere to go when they need to. c<6Ñczshp &c"p% the american indian students, and so this program is very vital for our -- the success3"f our
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